Covid-19 Updates

Oklahoma

109,548
Total Confirmed Cases
1,191
Total Deaths

via OK State Department of Health 10/20/20

1,475
Cases Since 10/19
18
Deaths Since 10/19

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Navigating Relationships 

By Amanda Kirzner and Nina Bronson When you become a parent, something changes inside you. Sometimes the...

Autumn Colors Road Trip

The season of changing colors is upon us again, and now is the perfect time to take in the sights. With the...

Midtown Modern

A new Tulsa home in an upscale midtown neighborhood is a testament to the power of a traditional exterior with a...

Nature’s Sugar

Lori Beth McDonald thinks honeybees are fascinating. She loves the taste of honey, is sold on its dietary benefits and enjoys...

The Goat

In the little towns along the French Riviera, there are chic, elegant beach clubs where you can enjoy a lavish meal at...

The Fixx

Owners of the Fixx have a love affair with food – especially burgers. This passion shows up in a menu that includes,...

Scene October 2020

Ascension St. John staff; Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award celebration, Ascension St. John, TulsaJames R. Tolbert, Bob...

Style and Substance

A Recipe for Change Photos by Nathan Harmon Well-known Tulsa interior designer Jack Arnold recently took...

Autumn Colors Road Trip

The season of changing colors is upon us again, and now is the perfect time to take in the sights. With the...

The Frontiers of Medicine

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Carving Out Camaraderie

Bill and Carol Payne of Broken Arrow often pack up a picnic lunch and head for the lake, where he works...

Chugging Right Along

On February 28, 1827, the first railway was chartered in the U.S. to carry passengers and freight. Those long-ago locomotives certainly...

The Art of Tending Bar

So, you want to be a bartender? The potential for additional income while working with a flexible schedule is surely attractive....

A Trip to Paradise

The trouble with studying something that’s still alive is that it can keep eluding you. This applies to...

More than Football

Dan Bitson is one proud Tulsan. A three-sport athlete (basketball, football and track) at Booker T. Washington High School, the talented...

Broadening Horizons

Most academic clubs don’t set out to solve the world’s problems, but Model United Nations does just that.

The Power of Movement

People with Parkinson’s disease benefit physically from dance and other forms of movement, which is why retired music teacher John Gerber...

A Man of the People

Among several other –perhaps more recognizable – titles, Tulsa’s Sean Kouplen is an author. His third book, The Abundance Mentality, highlights...

Fun on the Farm

Fall family fun is not canceled this year. With some new safety measures, Oklahoma’s favorite pumpkin farms are open to the...

A One-Stop Shop

Earlier in her life, Eakly native Lori Flansburg was a chef at a prestigious restaurant....

Shaping the Future

In 2019, at only 24 years old, Luke Wilson was awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for his exploration...

Renewing a Lost Craft

“Calligraphy is the most intimate, private and spontaneous expressive means. Like a fingerprint or voice,it is unique with every person.” – Hermann Zapf

Getting Up to Speed

“It's a true family sport. We create a big family with all the other racers ... It's just a good, fun atmosphere.”

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The One and Only

Madagascar may not be for everyone. If you don’t like extreme biodiversity, cute little lemurs, on-the-water sports, endless beaches and a...

Midtown Modern

A new Tulsa home in an upscale midtown neighborhood is a testament to the power of a traditional exterior with a...

Navigating Relationships 

By Amanda Kirzner and Nina Bronson When you become a parent, something changes inside you. Sometimes the...

Cowboy Country

While COVID-19 remains a significant health threat, the travel industry is nevertheless showing a pulse – and Stillwater should be high...

Nature’s Sugar

Lori Beth McDonald thinks honeybees are fascinating. She loves the taste of honey, is sold on its dietary benefits and enjoys...

Taste

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